Category Archives: Writing

Writing Inspiration for Crime Fiction: So This Happened on a 1600 mile Journey

Many of you don’t know that I moved from California to Texas last year. Yep, I’m in Texas now with summer heat and scary tornadoes. Remember, it’s a big wide open world out there to stay in one place forever. … Continue reading

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Analyzing Crime Scene Characteristics #crimefiction #writing

Crime scene characteristics are extremely important to all criminal investigations, especially homicides as well as all serial crimes.  After the forensic analysis of the physical evidence found at the crime scene is completed and the victimology is established, then the … Continue reading

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5 Writing Tips for Punching up Fight Scenes for any Genre

I love reading and writing action-oriented stories. It doesn’t matter if it’s a movie or book—I love all the action with fights, weapons, car chases, martial arts, or an old-fashioned shootout. It may sound easy enough to write, but you … Continue reading

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6 Fascinating Advances in Forensic Science #Crime #Writing

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Photo courtesy of http://www.mitnicksecurity.com. Forensic science is a captivating topic, as evidenced by the droves of television shows and movies that dabble in the theme. The problem is – these programs, albeit entertaining, are…

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HAPPY HALLOWEEN: 31 Things That Scare Me

I thought I’d keep up with the yearly tradition and post what actually scares a criminologist and crime fiction author. Some things stay the same, but I’m always adding new ones to the list. So just in case you were … Continue reading

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MAJOR BOOK ANNOUNCEMENT: I Signed with Bookouture Publisher for a New 3 Book Detective Crime Series

It’s been difficult for me to sit on this announcement until the contract was signed and I was given the greenlight to share with everyone. I’m still in shock–believe me it takes quite a bit to shock me. As a … Continue reading

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5 Writing Tips for Punching up Fight Scenes

I love reading and writing action-oriented stories. It doesn’t matter if it’s a movie or book—I love all the action with fights, weapons, car chases, martial arts, or an old-fashioned shootout. It may sound easy enough to write, but you … Continue reading

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